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foliate decoration. Initials in red. Acts of the Apostles, Catholic Epistles, Pauline Epistles, and Revelation, with tables and associated material John Covel (b. 1638, d. 1722), chaplain of the Levant Company at Constantinople 1670-1676: his anagram: 'Luceo', 1677, Constantinople (f.

rubrics in display uncial capitals in red. Initials occasionally highlighted in red. Homilies on the Evangelists, books 1 and 2 John Gibson (fl. 1720-1726), dealer: sold to Edward Harley on 13 February 1723/4 (Wright and Wright 1966; Wright 1972; Wright

Decorated initial 'I'(n) at the beginning of Ovid's Metamorphosisis. f. 1 is a former pastedown and f. 2 is a parchment flyleaf.f. 197r-v was originally blank leaf with later additions.The decorated initials are executed in a Florentine style, and

(including Johannes Eleemosynarius), Paradisus, and a book on visions, with a table of contents (ff. 1v-2v), imperfect at the end John Gibson (fl. 1720-1726), dealer; sold to Harley on 22 June 1726(see ~Diary~ 1966; Wright 1972).The Harley Collection, formed by

93v, 105v, 116v, 126v, 137v, 149v, 161v). Large plain initials in red or blue. Capitals marked in red. Opera (Works) John Chamberlayne (b. 1666, d. 1723), son of Edward Chamberlayne (b. 1616, d. 1703): his sale, conducted by Daniel Browne,

Text page of the beginning of Gregory the Great' 'De cura pastoral'.i The manuscript includes:Gregory the Great, De cura pastorali (ff. 1-97);Ambrose, Libellus de dignitate sacerdotali (ff. 97v-106);Ambrose, De Helia et ieiunio (ff. 106v-13);Augustine, 'Sermo ad episcopos' (ff. 132-134);The

notation.Ruled in black ink.Marginal annotations. 1 full-page miniature in colours and gold of the Crucifixion with the Virgin Mary and John the Evangelist, with a full border inhabited by birds and flowers, and, in the lower margin, a jewelled cross

the beginning of the commentary on III John. 2 historiated initials, in colours and gold (ff. 1, 165), each accompanied by a full border, the second incorporating miniatures in roundels. Large foliate initials in colours and gold. Small initials alternately

15th-century: 'Young' and monogram 'I H' with effaced text (f. 29v). Inscribed several names, 16th-century: 'William Brome' (f. 3), 'Johannes', 'John & framyng', 'Richarde' (f. 4), 'Richardus Bowle' (ff. 8, 26v, 29), 'Thomas / Henry / William / Johannes /

15th-century: 'Young' and monogram 'I H' with effaced text (f. 29v). Inscribed several names, 16th-century: 'William Brome' (f. 3), 'Johannes', 'John & framyng', 'Richarde' (f. 4), 'Richardus Bowle' (ff. 8, 26v, 29), 'Thomas / Henry / William / Johannes /

15th-century: 'Young' and monogram 'I H' with effaced text (f. 29v). Inscribed several names, 16th-century: 'William Brome' (f. 3), 'Johannes', 'John & framyng', 'Richarde' (f. 4), 'Richardus Bowle' (ff. 8, 26v, 29), 'Thomas / Henry / William / Johannes /

15th-century: 'Young' and monogram 'I H' with effaced text (f. 29v). Inscribed several names, 16th-century: 'William Brome' (f. 3), 'Johannes', 'John & framyng', 'Richarde' (f. 4), 'Richardus Bowle' (ff. 8, 26v, 29), 'Thomas / Henry / William / Johannes /

machinarum (ff. 9v-16) Written in 1545: colophon ( f. 358).The monastery of St Catherine, Mount Sinai: inscription (f. 1). ? John Spencer Smith, minister plenipotentiary to Turkey: sale catalogue notices that the manuscript was 'collected by one of His Majesty's

Detail of a historiated initial 'Q'(uoniam) with Augustine in a bishop's mitre holding a bishop's staff and a heart The litany including saints Swithin, Dunstan, Edith, and Etheldreda.Watermark, f. 1, of a quartered coat of arms, similar to ~Monumenta

3 sketches in pencil and purple ink for large initials with foliate decoration at the beginning of Luke and of John (ff. 111v, 112, 172). Large and small simple initials in red or brown. Running headings in red. The Four

3 sketches in pencil and purple ink for large initials with foliate decoration at the beginning of Luke and of John (ff. 111v, 112, 172). Large and small simple initials in red or brown. Running headings in red. The Four

Mary, Southwick, Hampshire, 13th century: ownership inscriptions (ff. 2v-3, 10v, 58v-59, 67, 69v, 84v-85, 161); borrowed from the priory by John Leland in c. 1533 (see discussion Carley 2001).Inscribed '95' (1st parchment flyleaf).Lord William Howard, 1589 (b. 1563, d. 1640),

Mary, Southwick, Hampshire, 13th century: ownership inscriptions (ff. 2v-3, 10v, 58v-59, 67, 69v, 84v-85, 161); borrowed from the priory by John Leland in c. 1533 (see discussion Carley 2001).Inscribed '95' (1st parchment flyleaf).Lord William Howard, 1589 (b. 1563, d. 1640),

Mary, Southwick, Hampshire, 13th century: ownership inscriptions (ff. 2v-3, 10v, 58v-59, 67, 69v, 84v-85, 161); borrowed from the priory by John Leland in c. 1533 (see discussion Carley 2001).Inscribed '95' (1st parchment flyleaf).Lord William Howard, 1589 (b. 1563, d. 1640),

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